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02/05/2021 Are you able to switch the strap out on this goggle to one of the competitive swimmer straps? Edit
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Yes, you can replace the strap. 

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 02/05/2021
01/04/2021 my granddaughter prescription is - OD: SPHERE -7.00, CYL, -0.25, AXIS, 105, OS: Sphere: -9.25, CYL, -0.50, AXIS, 097. Can you make goggles for her with anti fog. Edit
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This is not a custom goggle. It just magnifies to + powers like non-prescription reading glasses.

Answered by Sharon on 01/04/2021
10/16/2020 What does positive mean under size Edit
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It means positive diopters lens for farsightedness. To learn more about prescription goggles, please click here.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 10/18/2020
07/09/2020 How do you convert the prescription Edit
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You will need to the following information and can input it into our Diopter Strength Calculator



  1. Get your most current prescription numbers.

  2. Calculate the strength of the diopter you need using this formula:

             1/2 of the cylinder + sphere = diopter strength



Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 07/09/2020
05/14/2020 My 6 year old prescription is OD 5.0 & OS 4.75 what diopter do you suggest that I get Edit
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Based off the prescription information provided you would need to purchase one pair in a 5.0 and one in a 4.5. Then once received you would swap out the lenses giving two pair of goggles with the correct prescription. You will also want to purchase based off whether the diopter is Positive (+) or Negative (-). 

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 05/14/2020
12/07/2019 my son is nearside ...and he cant see clearly the clock for the group laps, will this googles be ok? Edit
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To ensure you are purchasing the correct strength you will need to get his current prescription for his eye doctor and calculate his diopter strength. 

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 12/07/2019
08/15/2019 Returnable item? Edit
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The Sporti Antifog Positive Optical Goggle is eligible for return as long as it is in new, unused condition with its original packaging. You can view our Full Return Policy here

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 08/15/2019
07/17/2019 One of my sons has OD +.50 and OS +3. I plan to buy the Sporti Antifog Positive Optical Goggle in the +3, but would like to change out the +.50 lense with a standard lense. What model will work with these? Edit
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You can get the right prescription lens by using the calculator here. You will need to input the sphere and cylinder for both right and left eyes.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 07/19/2019
05/15/2019 how do i order goggles with 2 different diopters? +3.5 in right eye and a +6 in the left Edit
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Our prescription goggles are in stock products as opposed to being custom, like glasses would be through the eye doctor, you will need to purchase 2 sets of goggles, one for each power. This goggle will detach at the nose piece and strap and allow you to attach together 2 prescription strengths.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 05/15/2019
04/26/2019 The non-prescription goggles comes in more colors, so if I bought two pairs would it be possible to swap the gaskets around the lenses? Edit
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The gaskets are not detachable.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 04/28/2019
03/31/2019 How do I measure the prescription Edit
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You will need your most current prescription and to calculate the strength of the diopter you need using this formula: 1/2 of the cylinder + sphere = diopter strength. You can also input your Cylinder and Sphere information into our Diopter Strength Calculator here

 

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 03/31/2019
03/27/2019 How does the sizing work Edit
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Hi! This is a prescription goggles. Please click on the link on how you can properly get your prescription: https://www.swimoutlet.com/guides/how-to-choose-prescription-goggles

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 03/30/2019
03/15/2019 My grand daughters RX is from an opthomologist do I need it transposed? What is the correct pair to order? Her rx for the right eye is +4 +2.5 105 ;Left eye is+4 +2.5 100 Edit
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May we know which ones are for the Sphere and Cylinder?

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 03/17/2019
02/21/2019 how select diopter Edit
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You can calculate this based off your eye glass prescription (not contacts) at this link.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 02/22/2019
12/08/2018 My prescription says that Right (OD) is + 5,25 sphere and -1.25 cyl. The Left (OS) is + 3.00 sphere and - 0.75 cyl. Which size must I buy? I could not understand Edit
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Hi! This is the result of the calculation, base on your prescription:

O.D.(right eye)- +4.625
O.S.(left eye)- +2.625

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 12/11/2018